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Date: 12-09-2022

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Kari Lake v. Katie Hobbs, et al.

Case Number: CV 2022=095403

Judge: Unknown

Court: In the Superior Court for the State of Arizona in and for the Maricopa County

Plaintiff's Attorney: Bryan Jame Bieham and Kurt Olsen

Defendant's Attorney: Arizona Attorney General's Office, et al.

Description: Phoenix, Arizona civil litigation lawyers represented Plaintiff, who sued Defendants seeking to inspect Maricopa County ballots for the 2022 general election; to analyze and perform a forensic examination of printer-tabulator problems on election day; seeking an order striking all signatures on file with Maricopa County that are not the "registration records" pursuant to A.R.S. Section 16-550(A); an order striking any invalid ballots or types of ballots on an absolute or prorated basis; an order setting aside the certified result of the 2022 Arizona gubernatorial election and declaring that Cari Lake is the winner of the 2022 Arizona gubernatorial election, pursuant to A.R.S. Section 16-676; in the alternative; an order vacating the certified result of the 2020 Arizona gubernatorial election, pursuant to A.R. Section 16-676 or 42 U.S.C. 1983; an injunction requiring that Maricopa County re-conduct the gubernatorial election in conformance with all applicable law and excluding all improper votes, under the direction of a special master; and/or recusal of defendants Hobbs and Richer from further participation in matters involving the 2022 general election, including any new election and the review of any issues relating to the 2022 general election and any new election.

See: Lake v. Katie Hobbs, et al.

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